EBVM 2014 Programme
EBVM 2014 was a two-day conference fully focussed on EBVM in practice, run by RCVS Knowledge and attended by nearly 250 delegates from across the world.
Brennen McKenzie (Adobe Animal Hospital), EBVM in the trenches: Pragmatic strategies for implementing EBVM in general practice;
Ava Firth (Vets Now Emergency), Most common small animal emergency problems in the UK;
Sandi Lefebvre (Banfield Pet Hospital), Harnessing the power of electronic medical record data to provide evidence for clinical decision-making in veterinary medicine;
Daniel Fletcher (Cornell University), The Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation: An international, cross-disciplinary attempt to produce evidence-based clinical guidelines;
Kenchiro Yagi (Adobe Animal Hospital), Has RECOVER changed us? A hospital’s experience in implementing evidence-based guidelines;
Catherine McGowan (University of Liverpool), Equine laminitis: Where is the evidence and is it appropriate to clinical cases?
Douglas DeBoer (University of Wisconsin), EBVM in action: Practice guidelines for treatment of canine atopic dermatitis;
Philip Jones (University of Liverpool), Harnessing the power of routine veterinary consultations to inform EBVM using SAVSNET (Small Animal Veterinary Surveillance Network);
Marnie Brennan (University of Nottingham), Assessment of the evidence on veterinary-related topics for translation into practice: BestBETs for Vets;
David Ramey (Ramey Equine), EBVM: An ethical imperative;
and many more. Please click on the blue button above to view the full programme.
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